From: David Abrahams (david.abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-03-25 14:10:43
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Sent: Monday, March 25, 2002 2:02 PM
Subject: [jamboost] Newbie query: where'd the '!' come from?
> Apologies in advance for what is obviously a dfu question but I'm
> get jam to work and it's driving me nuts. System is Win2K. I was
> build the regex libs using nmake on the vc6.mak file so the install
> totally frelled.
> It seems to be working until I get this "...skipped" (see snippet
> because of a path that contains '!' characters.
That's not a path; it's "grist" used to uniquely identify the target.
> I grep'd everything I
> could think of for "libs!thread!" and came up empty. Can someone tell
> where that path is being assembled?
Inside the build system. If you want to see a little more of what's
going on, try running jam with -d+2.
> ...failed msvc-C++-action
> me-link-dynamic\threading-multi\exceptions.obj ...
> reading-multi>libboost_thread.lib for lack of
Oh, this is strange. It appears to be building condition.obj *after*
tryint to link the lib which depends on it! What's the result of running
jam with the -d+12 option?
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